Daryl Chubb P.Ag, BSA, NSch – Canada
Recently Daryl has aligned with Integrity Soils Limited to offer consultation services in Canada and Northern U.S.A. Over the years during his travels and research, Daryl realized that today’s agriculture practices are contributing to poor nutrient use, water uptake; and biological processes. The outcomes of his research connected him with Integrity Soils and the tools necessary to make a difference in soil health.
Originally from central Saskatchewan Daryl has always been passionate about agriculture, the land and its stewards. After completing his Bachelor of Science at the University of Saskatchewan, he managed a major cropping enterprise before starting his own agriculture consulting firm. As a Nuffield Scholarship recipient Daryl has studied management techniques that will increase nutrient efficiency and assess the agronomic challenges that come with increasing food production and quality. During his Nuffield scholarship, Daryl set out to discover how chemical fertilizer efficiencies could be increased and soon realized that it was not only about fertilizer. Instead, he concluded that an agriculture is about incorporating polyculture systems, not monocultures alone.
Daryl has obtained a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA), his Professional Agrologist (P.Ag) designation while remaining very involved in the agriculture industry, both personally and professionally through volunteer contributions, land and livestock ownership. He resides near Irricana, Alberta on a small farm that includes cattle, hay, and rotational grazing with goals of building soil and increasing carrying capacities.
Daryl and his wife Karen have lived in the Irricana area for 13 years. They both enjoy touring around on their Harley Davidson motorcycles, downhill skiing, curling, and their horses. In addition to Daryl’s consulting business, they own and operate a business that specializes in importing and exporting horses to and from Europe.